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« Reply #9795 on: Jan 7th, 2014, 06:43am »

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Putin raises Olympic security after Volgograd bombings

Russian troops in Sochi on combat alert as access to resort restricted a month before winter Games begin.

Tuesday 7 January 2014 03.34 EST

Russian forces have gone on combat alert in Sochi and tightened restrictions on access to the Black Sea resort as part of measures by President Vladimir Putin to ensure security at next month's winter Olympics.

Aware that the success or failure of the Sochi Games will help shape his legacy, Putin has increased security in Russia following two suicide bomb attacks in the southern city of Volgograd, in which at least 34 people died.

Moscow's most wanted man, the Chechen insurgent leader Doku Umarov, has urged militants seeking an Islamic state in Russia's south to use "maximum force" to prevent the Games going ahead.

"From 7 January, all divisions responsible for ensuring the security of guests and participants at the Games are being put on combat alert," said the emergency situations minister, Vladimir Puchkov, according to Itar-Tass news agency.

"All security issues for the winter Olympics are being dealt with at the highest international level."

Authorities are deploying tens of thousands of police and interior ministry troops at Sochi. The Games, the most expensive ever, will start on 7 February and last two weeks.

From Tuesday, which was Russian Orthodox Christmas, access was being further restricted into Sochi, where a new traffic scheme will give priority to Olympic transport, officials said.

"The restrictions are to make the roads free and easy for spectators, athletes and members of the Olympic family to move around," a transport directorate said.

The security measures have prompted complaints from locals, whose city has been transformed from a former Soviet-era seaside resort into a metal-and-steel metropolis.

More than 200 people protested on Sunday under the banner of "Natives of Sochi own the Games, not the visitors."

But Putin, who on Saturday attended a rehearsal of the Games's opening ceremony in Sochi, has eased curbs on demonstrations, allowing groups to hold marches at sites approved by the security services.

Campaign groups, calling for political reform including gay rights, have complained that the ban on rallies, imposed in August as part of earlier security measures, violates the Russian constitution.

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« Reply #9796 on: Jan 7th, 2014, 11:49am »

Swamprat,

Did you like Gatlinburg, Tennessee ?

I have been in the summer, and the crowds were very large which made me uncomfortable.

The "Smoky Mountains" attract 10 million people a year which makes it the number one National Park.

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« Reply #9797 on: Jan 7th, 2014, 12:19pm »

I like Gatlinburg but you are quite right! We arrived on 12-27 and left on 1-2. The traffic between (and thru) Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge was bumper to bumper stop and go. When we drove all the way up to Bass Pro at I-40, it took almost two hours to drive the twenty miles back to the cabin!
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« Reply #9798 on: Jan 7th, 2014, 4:11pm »

Right on Swamprat !

One time I made the mistake of going to Gatlinburg during University of Tennessee homecoming, and Interstate 40 near Knoxville became a parking lot.

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FOR THE PILOTS AND THOSE WITH AN AFFINITY TO AVIATION...THIS IS WHAT CHA CALL..."CRABBING" grin grin

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Securing Sochi: Russia's Elite Counter-Terrorism Fighters

By Matthias Schepp
January 07, 2014 – 11:22 AM

When Alexander Mikhailov speaks about the threat of terrorism at the Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, he comes face to face with his own past. "My comrades are doing everything they can to prevent a tragedy like back then," says Mikhailov, the colonel of an elite unite of Russia's Federal Security Services (FSB). "It would be a catastrophe for our entire country."

Mikhailov wears cowboy boots, jeans and a leather jacket. He's dressed all in black, just as he was on that autumn night eleven and a half years ago, when he commanded a combat patrol during a hostage crisis at a Moscow theater. The operation ended in disaster, when logistical errors resulted in the deaths of more than 130 of the 900 hostages at the hands of Chechen Islamists. "We could have been heroes," says Mikhailov. "Instead we Russians stood there before the whole world as idiots and losers."

Such a thing should never happen again, Mikhailov says, not in Moscow and certainly not at the Winter Olympics, which begin in four weeks. "Sochi is the ultimate goal of the Islamists," fears the colonel. "The terror in Volgograd is probably just the beginning."

Two suicide bomb attacks last week in Volgograd, formerly Stalingrad, left 34 people dead and another 62 injured. President Vladimir Putin announced that Russia would "strongly and decisively continue the battle against terrorists until their total annihilation."

Preventing an attack in Sochi is about the safety of athletes and spectators from all over the world. It's also about Putin's pet project, the most expensive Olympic Games of all time -- and thus the reputation of a world power striving for new heights.

A High-Risk Olympics

Picking Sochi to host the Olympics was a risk from the beginning. For years, tensions have been brewing in the region east of the Black Sea city. Riots continuously erupt between Russians and Caucasians. The federal subjects of Kabardino-Balkaria, Chechnya and Dagestan -- only some 300 kilometers (186 miles) from Sochi -- are active operational zones for Islamist terrorists.

In the past year, 33 attacks shook the North Caucasus. Since October alone, 139 people have been killed by terrorists. Back in September at a meeting of the Security Council of Russia, Putin called for the mobilization of all forces to ensure the safety of the Winter Games.

The Kremlin has deployed 50,000 police, intelligence officers and soldiers. Submarines patrol the Black Sea coast, drones monitor the Olympic host city from the air. Modern S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems have been put in place, capable of shooting hijacked aircraft out of the sky in an emergency.

Units of Interior Ministry troops, who number 170,000 nationwide, are charged with protecting the transport routes, ensuring that elite soldiers can arrive at any potential crisis point within Greater Sochi within minutes.

This is a daunting task. The 400,000-inhabitant city of Sochi stretches along the coast over a length of more than 100 kilometers. The Olympic Stadium, the press center and halls for ice hockey, speed skating and figure skating are located along the shore. A new 71-kilometer-long express train route runs from there through the mountains to one of the two Olympic Villages, ski slopes and luxury hotels -- a nightmare from the perspective of security experts.

The Legendary Spetsnaz Fighters

A crucial role in the protection of this hard-to-manage terrain falls to the "Spetsnaz" troops, the legendary special forces made up of officers from the Army, the intelligence services and the Interior Ministry. The elite fighters are comparable to the British SAS or the American Navy Seals, who were responsible for tracking down and assassinating Al-Qaida leader Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan.

The most famous Spetsnaz unit, Alexander Mikhailov's "Alpha" group, has already been deployed in Sochi for more than six months. The counter-terrorism specialists scour the city, Olympic Villages and sports facilities for explosives. They also make preparations for emergency operations and hostage rescues. "We've taken security measures here that have only been used before at G-8 summits, when we are charged with protecting Putin, Obama, Merkel and Co.," says one officer.

The Spetsnaz fighters' principle target are Islamist militants from the provinces in the Caucasus. Led by Chechen rebel leader Dokka Umarov, terrorists there want to win independence from Moscow. Umarov's goal is the establishment of an Islamic emirate of North Caucasus, governed by Sharia law. In July he called on his fellow Muslims to hinder the Olympic Games in Sochi, "this devilish dance on the bones of our ancestors," through acts of terrorism.

A Vast Network of Extremists

The Interior Ministry in Moscow estimates there are some 600 underground fighters in the region, organized in some 40 gangs spread throughout the territory of the North Caucasus. In September, the domestic intelligence agency FSB announced that up to 400 additional extremists from the Caucasus are currently in Syria fighting with Islamist groups against President Bashar Assad. The intelligence officers monitor all flights and travel movements to prevent these people from returning home in the coming weeks to launch attacks on the Sochi Olympics.

How exactly the elite soldiers are preparing for the Games is secret. They must adhere to a code of silence. Some were nevertheless willing to speak to SPIEGEL. One of them was deployed to Sochi several weeks ago. He calls himself Victor, asking that his real name not be shown in print. He and his comrades are tasked with preventing terrorists from crossing the mountain passes out of the provinces in order to infiltrate the Olympic games.

Victor's career thus far exemplifies the perseverance of the Spetsnaz. He lost his right eye in a skirmish in the Chechen capital of Grozny in September 2000. Victor, a sniper, asked his commander to be allowed to remain in service. The commander acquiesced.

From then on Victor practiced at the shooting range every day for hours until he regained his former marksmanship. Sometimes he fired off a thousand cartridges per day. "To take care of terrorists, you must never give up," says the officer. He sounds like President Putin, who pithily announced before assuming the presidency in 1999, that he would hunt down terrorists and, if necessary, "waste them in the outhouse."

Threat of Terrorism Persists

But despite some successes, Russia has failed to win the fight against terrorism. Since the first major attack in 1995, when Chechen separatists occupied a hospital in the southern Russian province of Budyonnovsk and took patients and doctors hostage, terror attacks have killed 2,240 people nationwide and injured some 5,880.

Just before the New Year, however, FSB chief Alexander Bortnikov boasted with hard numbers. In 70 counter-terrorism operations last year, "more than 260 bandits were neutralized," including 42 from the leadership level of the underground fighters.

"In operations like these, we take no prisoners -- we shoot to kill," says a Spetsnaz officer.

In Makhachkala, the capital of the troubled province of Dagestan -- where most of the terrorists come from -- a Spetsnaz detachment fatally shot militant Murad Kasumov in mid-November. Kasumov was one of three militants suspected in an attack in Volgograd on Oct. 21, in which a suicide bomber from Dagestan blew himself up on a bus, killing seven passengers.

Despite his perceived toughness, many Spetsnaz fighters don't like Putin. Russia's strongman still seems too soft to them -- and much too liberal. "We need someone like Stalin," says Mikhailov, the retired colonel with Spetsnaz's "Alpha" unit.

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Navy’s 757-Sized Drone Will Provide Big-Time Surveillance

By Allen McDuffee
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A new drone with the mammoth wingspan of a Boeing 757 is set to give the U.S. Navy some serious surveillance power.

Northrop Grumman and the Navy say they’ve just completed the ninth flight trial of the Triton unmanned aircraft system (UAS), an improvement upon its predecessor in the Air Force, the Global Hawk.

With its 130-foot wingspan, Triton will provide high-altitude, real-time intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) from a sensor suite that supplies a 360-degree view at a radius of over 2,000 nautical miles, allowing monitoring from higher and farther away than any of its competitors.

But should a closer look be necessary, unique de-icing and lightning protection capabilities allow Triton to plunge through the clouds to get a closer view and automatically classify ships. And in recent tests, the drone was able to easily recover from perturbations in its flight path caused by turbulence.

Although Triton has a higher degree of autonomy than the most autonomous drones, operators on the ground will be able to obtain high-resolution imagery, use radar for target detection and provide information-sharing capabilities to other military units.

Thus far, Triton has completed flights up to 9.4 hours at altitudes of 50,000 feet at the company’s manufacturing facility in Palmdale, California. According to Northrop Grumman, Triton could support missions up to 24 hours.

Northrop Grumman reported earlier that Triton had demonstrated structural strength of the drone’s wing — a key capability that will allow the aircraft to descend from high altitudes to make positive identification of targets during surveillance missions — even when it was subjected to a load at 22 percent above the Navy’s requirement.

“During surveillance missions using Triton, Navy operators may spot a target of interest and order the aircraft to a lower altitude to make positive identification,” said Mike Mackey, Northrop Gumman’s Triton UAS program director, in a statement. “The wing’s strength allows the aircraft to safely descend, sometimes through weather patterns, to complete this maneuver.”

Under an initial contract of $1.16 billion in 2008, the Navy has ordered 68 of the MQ-4C Triton drones with expected delivery in 2017 — a slip from the initial anticipated date of December 2015.

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GOOOD MORNING CRYSTAL grin...Y TODOS AMIGOS!

ALASKA BUSH PILOT?...DA BAD BOYS...I BET YOUR PROMISE GOT HIS ATTENTION...
I USED TO LOVE TO CRAB AND LAND ON GRASS STRIPS...KINDA DUG THE RUSH...BUT I'M WILLING TO BET THAT PILOT FLYING THAT "HEAVY"...CRABBING SO CLOSE TO GROUND HAD AN ANAL PUCKER FACTOR OF 11 ON A SCALE TO 10 grin
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on Jan 8th, 2014, 11:03am, ZETAR wrote:
GOOOD MORNING CRYSTAL grin...Y TODOS AMIGOS!

ALASKA BUSH PILOT?...DA BAD BOYS...I BET YOUR PROMISE GOT HIS ATTENTION...
I USED TO LOVE TO CRAB AND LAND ON GRASS STRIPS...KINDA DUG THE RUSH...BUT I'M WILLING TO BET THAT PILOT FLYING THAT "HEAVY"...CRABBING SO CLOSE TO GROUND HAD AN ANAL PUCKER FACTOR OF 11 ON A SCALE TO 10 grin
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Fossil Pigments Reveal the Colors of Ancient Sea Monsters

Jan. 8, 2014 — During the Age of the dinosaurs, huge reptiles, such as mosasaurs and ichthyosaurs, ruled the seas. Previously, scientists could only guess what colours these spectacular animals had; however, pigment preserved in fossilised skin has now been analysed at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden and MAX IV Laboratory, Lund University, Sweden. The unique soft tissue remains were obtained from a 55 million-year-old leatherback turtle, an 85 million-year-old mosasaur and a 196-190 million-year-old ichthyosaur. This is the first time that the colour scheme of any extinct marine animal has been revealed.

"This is fantastic! When I started studying at Lund University in 1993, the film Jurassic Park had just been released, and that was one of the main reasons why I got interested in biology and palaeontology. Then, 20 years ago, it was unthinkable that we would ever find biological remains from animals that have been extinct for many millions of years, but now we are there and I am proud to be a part of it," said Johan Lindgren about the discovery of the ancient pigment molecules.

Johan Lindgren is a scientist at Lund University in Sweden, and he is the leader of the international research team that has studied the fossils. Together with colleagues from Denmark, England and the USA, he now presents the results of their study in the scientific journal Nature. The most sensational aspect of the investigation is that it can now be established that these ancient marine reptiles were, at least partially, dark-coloured in life, something that probably contributed to more efficient thermoregulation, as well as providing means for camouflage and protection against harmful UV radiation.

The analysed fossils are composed of skeletal remains, in addition to dark skin patches containing masses of micrometre-sized, oblate bodies. These microbodies were previously interpreted to be the fossilised remains of those bacteria that once contributed to the decomposition and degradation of the carcasses. However, by studying the chemical content of the soft tissues, Lindgren and his colleagues are now able to show that they are in fact remnants of the animals' own colours, and that the micrometre-sized bodies are fossilised melanosomes, or pigment-containing cellular organelles.

"Our results really are amazing. The pigment melanin is almost unbelievably stable. Our discovery enables us to make a journey through time and to revisit these ancient reptiles using their own biomolecules. Now, we can finally use sophisticated molecular and imaging techniques to learn what these animals looked like and how they lived," said Per Uvdal, one of the co-authors of the study, and who works at the MAX IV Laboratory.

Mosasaurs (98-66 million years ago) are giant marine lizards that could reach 15 metres in body length, whereas ichthyosaurs (250-94 million years ago) could become even larger. Both ichthyosaurs and mosasaurs died out during the Cretaceous Period, but leatherback turtles are still around today. A conspicuous feature of the living leatherback turtle, Dermochelys, is that it has an almost entirely black back, which probably contributes to its worldwide distribution. The ability of leatherback turtles to survive in cold climates has mainly been attributed to their huge size, but it has also been shown that these animals bask at the sea surface during daylight hours. The black colour enables them to heat up faster and to reach higher body temperatures than had they instead been lightly coloured.

"The fossil leatherback turtle probably had a similar colour scheme and lifestyle as does Dermochelys. Similarly, mosasaurs and ichthyosaurs, which also had worldwide distributions, may have used their darkly coloured skin to heat up quickly between dives," said Johan Lindgren.

If their interpretations are correct, then at least some ichthyosaurs were uniformly dark-coloured in life, unlike most living marine animals. However, the modern deep-diving sperm whale has a similar colour scheme, perhaps as camouflage in a world without light, or as UV protection, given that these animals spend extended periods of time at or near the sea surface in between dives. The ichthyosaurs are also believed to have been deep-divers, and if their colours were similar to those of the living sperm whale, then this would also suggest a similar lifestyle, according to Lindgren.

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January 9, 2014

UFO news & sightings 2014: Airline pilot avoids crashing into UFO above London’s Heathrow Airport. This is the most detailed encounter with a UFO in the last two years.

UFO sightings have been reported for the last many decades and in recent years we have seen a swift spurt in the sightings of these unidentified flying objects.

People have been fascinated by these UFOs throughout the world and millions and millions of people across the world believe that these UFOs have been the handiwork of the aliens that come from outer space to know about our world and its people.

But there are many others who are of the opinion that these unidentified flying objects are actually the handiwork of the nations like the USA and China to actually spy on other nations. But there are far fewer takers for this theory than for the other one as people believe that these flying objects come from some other planets with aliens on board.

The latest incident that has caught the imagination of the whole world is a report that a commercial airline’s pilot was just about able to manage his huge aircraft to avoid colliding with a UFO that was flying very close to the airliner before it successfully landed at London’s Heathrow Airport.

Reports suggest that the pilot actually noticed a “cigar/rugby ball” shaped bright silver and “metallic” object hurtling towards his plane at 34,000 feet height. He said that the UFO was extremely fast and he was just hardly able to save his plane from colliding it with the unidentified cigar like object. A top UK based newspaper Telegraph while discussing the issue mentions a local Air Traffic official as saying, “He was under the apprehension that they were on collision course with no time to react. His immediate reaction was to duck to the right and reach over to alert the FO (First Officer); there was no time to talk to alert him.”

To be true it was not the first time that a UFO has been detected in Lndon. Last year a couple of people were actually able to record videos of a UFO that was flying overhead. But the report of a pilot will be taken far more seriously than a commoner when it comes to UFOs.

http://nvonews.com/2014/01/09/ufo-news-sightings-2014-airline-pilot-avoids-crashing-into-ufo-above-london/

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